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I'm looking at tickets from Atlanta to Bogota with a layover of 55 minutes in FLL. I was looking at different dates with a longer layover, but all their flights to Bogota have a 55-minute layover. Is it cutting too short?
Will be arriving at FLL from Houston 11am and have to connect to flight at 12:37 pm to SDQ ( Dominican Republic) Do I have enough time to go through passport control and customs?
There is no US Immigration or Customs when leaving the US. If both flights are on the same reservation all you have to do on your way to Santo Domingo is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate in Fort Lauderdale.
I fly into FLL from copenhagen with an ESTA visa waver. I need to check out my baggage and check into a spirit flight within Terminal 4. Will I be able to do this on an ESTA visa waver, or will it involve having a full US entry visa?
Hello, in regards to our return flight back to USA. We are flying out of Punta Cana, landing in FLL. Do we not have to go thru customs leaving Punta Cana? I'm told that we go thru customs at FLL not Punta Cana? Just trying to clarify.
The Dominican Republic may check your passport as you leave Punta Cana, but you go through US Immigration and Customs in FLL.
I'm flying from sti to Fll and my flight arrive at 5 Am with spirit and i'm going to take another flight with spirit at 7:02 Am to LGA . Do i have to take my luggage and re-check it again?? And can i go from the first airplane to the second departure gate if the gates are in the same terminal?
You will have to go through US Immigration, claim your bags, go through US Customs, re-check your bags at the re-check desk, then go through security and to your departure gate. You can make this if your flight from Santiago is on-time.
I am flying from Norway to Costa Rica Jan 25. I have a three hour layover in FLL, arriving with Norwegian at 20:00 and leaving with JetBlue at 22:59. I'll have to re-check in my luggage, and suddenly I am worried about not making my connecting flight. Anyone who can tell me if this is enough time?
It should be enough time as long as your Norwegian flight is on-time. The terminal where you arrive is fairly close to the JetBlue check-in desk.